HKUST is ranked No.1 in Hong Kong and 17th in the world in Engineering and Technology. (QS World University Rankings in Engineering & Technology 2018)

The School of Engineering (SENG) is the largest school within the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). It enrolls over one-third of the University's student body, with over 3,300 undergraduates and more than 2,200 postgraduates. About 30% of the University's faculty members are in SENG.

The School comprises six departments and one division - Departments of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CBE), Civil and Environmental Engineering (CIVL), Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), Electronic and Computer Engineering (ECE), Industrial Engineering and Decision Analytics (IEDA), and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE) as well as Division of Integrative Systems and Design (ISD).

SENG has a strong international reputation and consistently ranks high among major engineering schools around the world. HKUST was ranked 18th in the QS World University Rankings in Engineering and Technology 2019.

The School provides nearly 50 degree programs at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels. In addition to disciplinary programs and minor programs offered by the six departments, the School also offers interdisciplinary programs by bringing together the expertise of two departments and with other schools of the University. It also collaborates with top engineering schools in the world to offer joint degree programs at postgraduate level.

The School's research excellence is globally recognized. Over the past decades, our faculty members made significant discoveries in cutting-edge research and received major honors internationally. Their achievements have been important contribution to the social and economic development of Hong Kong and its transition to a knowledge-based society.

The School has a strong network with world-class institutions on Mainland and overseas on student exchange and research collaboration. An increasing number of top international and Mainland students are coming to study at the School. The number of our students participating in exchange programs is also on record high every year.